The standard WMU web page consists of five content areas—header, two columns, row for spotlights and footer. There are specific standards for each content area and general standards for all content on WMU web pages.
All text and heads should conform to WMU writing style, including but not limited to, dates, times, places, abbreviations, capitalization, and formatting for email addresses, postal addresses and phone numbers.
Do not use ampersands, all caps, italic or underlined text.
Do not use initials and abbreviations for WMU units, unless the initials are widely used by the general public. As examples, on second reference, you may use IT to refer to information technology, HR to refer to human resources, and rec center to refer to the recreation center. Do not use CEAS to refer to the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences or CAS to refer to the College of Arts and Sciences. Instead, use the college, engineering college, engineering and applied sciences, or arts and sciences.